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Abu al-Qasim's Bellows
Artifact Bellows

Origin

Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi

Type

Bellows

Effects

Releases a small cloud of opium gas

Downsides

Quickly intoxicates the person

Activation

Puffing

Collected by

Prof. Draco

Section

Telesphorus-474U

Aisle

37169-1265

Shelf

81226-3251-970

Date of Collection

1268

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OriginsEdit

Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi was an Arab physician who lived in Al-Andalus, Moorish occupied medieval Portugal and Spain. He is thought of the great surgeon from the Islamic World and possibly the father of modern surgical procedures. He contributed an encyclopedia of medical knowledge to both the East and West of his time. He was the first to discover an ectopic pregnancy, where the baby grows and develops outside of the womb but still inside the body. Qasim was also the first to explain that haemophilia was genetic. He used opium and mandrake as his version of an anesthetic.

EffectsEdit

The leather bellows were what al-Qasim used to stoke his opium fires. Puffing it at someone releases a small cloud of opium gas that quickly intoxicates them. They become unable to stand and balance properly, dizzy and nauseated. Other side effects that vary from person to person.

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